Apply now for the John Morton awards for K-12 teachers!

From our friends a the CEE:
Do you love economics? Do you have a unique or exemplary approach to incorporating economics into your classroom instruction? Or do you know someone who does? The Council for Economic Education’s (CEE) John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award is the only national award recognizing these teachers!
Teachers are encouraged to apply at this link. Applications are due July 10, 2020.
The John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award honors teachers of any subject who use exemplary teaching techniques that improve their students’ economic understanding, in and out of the classroom. Annually, an award of $1,000 is given to three teachers, one in each of the following categories:
  • Elementary school (grades K-4)
  • Middle/junior high school (grades 5-8)
  • High school (grades (9-12)
Teachers can also be nominated for this award by a teaching colleague, department chair, principal, superintendent, or CEE state affiliate (state council or university-based center for economic education).

 

Do you love economics? Do you have a unique or exemplary approach to incorporating economics into your classroom instruction? Or do you know someone who does? The Council for Economic Education’s (CEE) John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award is the only national award recognizing these teachers!
Teachers are encouraged to apply at this link. Applications are due July 10, 2020.
The John Morton Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award honors teachers of any subject who use exemplary teaching techniques that improve their students’ economic understanding, in and out of the classroom. Annually, an award of $1,000 is given to three teachers, one in each of the following categories:
  • Elementary school (grades K-4)
  • Middle/junior high school (grades 5-8)
  • High school (grades (9-12)
Teachers can also be nominated for this award by a teaching colleague, department chair, principal, superintendent, or CEE state affiliate (state council or university-based center for economic education).

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